With daylight savings, your employees may start taking more time off to enjoy the great weather with their friends and family.
The nationwide battle to control employee benefit spending has reached Honolulu, Hawaii, as lawmakers confront budget deficit issues.
Teachers in Providence, Rhode Island, did not receive the opportunity to fight for their jobs, after a decision from the superintendent's office dismissed all of the city's teachers on Thursday, WPRI-TV reports.
At a time when school districts throughout the country are feeling the pinch of the increasing cost of employee benefits, the superintendent of schools in Stamford, Connecticut, has managed to not only sustain a reasonable budget, but add jobs as well.
The recession cost Americans millions of jobs between 2008 and 2009, but the staffing industry is one market that has experienced a speedy recovery from the collapse of the job market.
A former police offer in Harahan, Louisiana, was charged with altering the department's payroll numbers, the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
The rage about public employees and how their benefits are paid for is sweeping the nation and has not left Scottsdale, Arizona, immune to the issues.
Construction workers fighting to collect owed overtime pay will finally get their share, thanks to the efforts of New York City comptroller John Liu.
With states throughout the country facing significant budget gaps due in part to public employee benefit packages, one New Jersey union is taking a proactive approach
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